Preparations Already Underway for Mosquitoes in St. Louis City, CountyThe county's acting supervisor of vector control James Sayers says the mosquito that carries Zika is not in St. Louis.
Missouri Court of Appeals Rules Voters Can't Intervene in Stadium IssueMissouri voters and taxpayers have no right to intervene on the stadium issue - that's the decision of Missouri's Court of Appeals.
Influenza Cases Grow Across St. LouisMissouri health officials this week increased the state's health status from regional to widespread.
Visually Impaired Can Vote by Secret BallotIf you are visually impaired or blind, you can still cast a secret ballot today, via Talking Voting Machine.
MO Auditor Releases Scathing Audit of St. Louis Recorder of DeedsGalloway confirms previous allegations related to office renovation contracts and identifies inappropriate spending, including more than $2,000 on rugs for private offices.
Fire Deaths in St. Louis City Increased in 2015St. Louis Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson is frustrated that the city had nine fire deaths in 2015, which was two more than the year before.
St. Louis City to be 'Smoke Free' in 2016The exceptions that some bars had to the five year old smoking ban end on January 1st.
St. Louisans Spending Big Bucks Keeping Dozens of City Halls OpenReport: 37 municipalities are spending more on administration -- keeping the lights on -- than on services like public safety, parks, etc.
Comptroller Green Proposes $25 Million Bond Issue for FirefightersTaxes wouldn't be raised to do it.
139 People Murdered in St. Louis to DateThe victim has not been identified.
St. Louis City's Gets a Downgrade From MoodyMoody's Attributes It to City's weak socioeconomic profile
Downtown STL Inc. Argues Against Slay's Minimum Wage Increase in CitySt. Louis Board of Aldermen host a public hearing tonight at 5:30 p.m. about Mayor Slay's proposed Minimum wage increase.

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